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Most Bizarre Outdoor Sculptures in the World

Crocodile Eats Capitalist, New York, USA

Nearly every large city in the world has some form of a sculpture or statue that depicts a piece of history, makes a statement or is just meant to be observed as an object of beauty and skill. However these sculptures, gathered from around the world, are making statements that are rather…odd. Some are whimsically funny while others are frightening and may not entirely be safe to view at work.


Head-to-Nail, Goslar, Germany


Harassment, Tokyo, Japan


Piss – Brickyard Gergeti, Prague, Czech Republic


Finger Pointing, Paris, France


Giant Spider in Bilbao, Spain


A Giant Crane, Winterthur, Switzerland


Fountain “Vomiting”, London, England


Red Light Wood, London, England


Features of Gravity For The Elephant, Paris, France


A Device For The Eradication of Evil, Calgary, Canada


Balerun Worrying, Los Angeles, USA


Wedding Rings, Vancouver, Canada


Monument to Charles La Trobe, Melbourne, Australia.


Bureaucratic Themis, Denmark


Through The Wall. Montmartre, Paris


A Man On a Bicycle, Chile

Monument Clothespins, Philadelphia, USA


Monument Workaholic, Los Angeles, USA

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